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 Santorini  (Frachtschiff)
vor 26 Min von arnekiel

New Time Charter
delivered Fang Cheng Gang January 15, trip via Indonesia, redelivery Taiwan, 10.000 $ daily plus 100.000 $ ballast bonus, Hengda

 Despina V  (Frachtschiff)
vor 27 Min von arnekiel

New Time Charter
delivered Dalian, trip via Commonwealth of Independent States, redelivery South China, 13.500 $ daily, Rainbow Success

 Nissaki  (Frachtschiff)
vor 37 Min von arnekiel

New Time Charter
delivery Tobata January 25 - 26, trip via East Coast Australia, redelivery East Coast India, 10.750 $ daily, KLC

 Bettys Dream  (Frachtschiff)
vor 54 Min von arnekiel

New Time Charter
delivered Haldia January 17, trip via East Coast South America, redelivery South East Asia, 12.500 $ daily, option redelivery China, 13.000 $ daily, BG Shipping

 Kinokawa Maru  (Frachtschiff)
vor 54 Min von arnekiel

New Time Charter
delivery Fukuyama January 25 - 30, trip via East Coast Australia, redelivery China-Japan range, 8900 $ daily, Jiangsu Steamship

 Bilbao
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Worker Dies after Plunging into Water at Port of Bilbao
A stevedore worker lost his life while working at a container terminal in the Spanish Port of Bilbao, the port authority confirmed. As informed, the worker who was operating a forklift plunged into the water at 10:00 hrs on Wednesday at a terminal operated by Noatum Container Terminal. The port authority and local firefighting teams were dispatched to the scene and managed to pluck the ill-fated stevedore from the water. However, resuscitation attempts proved futile. Local media reported that the worker was employed with Montajes Eléctricos Gerpe SA, a subcontractor of Noatum. More at https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/241158/worker-dies-after-plunging-into-water-at-port-of-bilbao/

 MSC Avni  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

MSC Avni Becomes Largest Vessel to Call Philadelphia Port
The 11,568 TEU MSC Avni arrived at the Port of Philadelphia on January 14, 2018, becoming the largest cargo vessel to ever call this port. Built by China’s Jihnhai Intelligent Manufacturing in September 2017, the New Panamax is managed by Norway’s SinOceanic Shipping, VesselsValue’s data shows. The boxship, which flies the flag of Liberia, features a length of 314.3 meters and a width of 48.2 meters. MSC Avni, the largest vessel ever to sail up the Delaware River, docked at PhilaPort after visiting Panamanian Port of Cristobal.

vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Adelaide to Make Way for Larger Ships
South Australia’s Adelaide Outer Harbor Channel is to undergo a widening, starting in autumn 2018, as the port strives to welcome larger ships, according to Flinders Ports. The project involves removing 1.55 million cubic meters of material from the shipping channel and placing it 30 kilometers offshore. More at https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/241302/adelaide-to-make-way-for-larger-ships/

 Golar Spirit  (Tanker)
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Golar LNG Partners Secures New FSRU Contract
Golar LNG Partners has agreed a 15-year charter for a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) in the Atlantic Basin with an undisclosed energy company. Under the agreement, the Partnership has the flexibility to nominate either the Golar Spirit or the Golar Freeze to service the contract, provided that the nominated FSRU satisfies certain technical specifications ahead of project start-up, which is expected in the fourth quarter of 2018. https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/241300/golar-lng-partners-secures-new-fsru-contract/

vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Baleària Inks Long-Term LNG Bunkering Deal
Spanish ferry operator Baleària has signed the first permanent LNG bunkering contract for ship propulsion in Spain with compatriot energy company Gas Natural Fenosa. The parties said that the supply deal, signed on January 18, will be exclusive for 10 years and will initially apply to the ports of Barcelona, Valencia and Algeciras. It would then extended to all the peninsular ports operated by the shipping company together with the entire new fleet powered by this fuel committed to using LNG as an ecological fuel. For LNG bunkering services in Barcelona, the company will have a ship assigned to the operations at the port. In the case of Valencia and Algeciras, both companies are already developing a land-based solution. https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/241284/balearia-inks-long-term-lng-bunkering-deal/

vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Barcelona BEST Extends Cranes to Handle Boxship Giants
Hutchison Ports’ semi-automated terminal, Barcelona Europe South Terminal (BEST), has increased the height of three ship-to-shore (STS) gantry cranes. As explained, the move reflects current market trends towards an ever-increasing number of 18,000+ TEU vessels with greater stack heights for containers loaded above deck. The height of three of the eleven cranes has been increased from 42 meters under spreader to 47 meters. The upgraded cranes allow BEST to accommodate containerships loaded with containers stowed up to eleven-high on deck. More at https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/241466/best-extends-cranes-to-handle-boxship-giants/

 Great  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Diana Containerships to Sell Post-Panamax GREAT
Athens-based shipping company Diana Containerships has reached an agreement to sell two of its 2004-built containerships for an aggregate price of USD 22 million. Under the deal, reached with an unaffiliated third party, Diana Containerships will sell the Post-Panamaxes m/v March and m/v Great. The ships are expected to be handed over to their new owner at the latest by March 30, 2018.

 March  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Diana Containerships to Sell Post-Panamax MARCH
Athens-based shipping company Diana Containerships has reached an agreement to sell two of its 2004-built containerships for an aggregate price of USD 22 million. Under the deal, reached with an unaffiliated third party, Diana Containerships will sell the Post-Panamaxes m/v March and m/v Great. The ships are expected to be handed over to their new owner at the latest by March 30, 2018.

 Majd  (Frachtschiff)
vor 13 Std von arnekiel

Milaha Buys Its Largest Container Vessel
Qatar-based maritime and logistics company Milaha has acquired its largest container vessel to date, the 3,768 TEU boxship Majd. The new ship will be one of the 17 container vessels that the group operates, and is part of the group’s strategy to optimize its container shipping network with larger tonnage to meet increasing customer demand for capacity and cost efficiency in a competitive market.

 Panagia Parou  (Schnellboot)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Raised wreck sold
The wreck of the "Panagia Parou" has finally been awarded as is in Algeciras to the Bright Sunset Co., S.A. for € 366,500.00. It was expected the ferry would soon be demolished.

 Anna B  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Robber fled from board after alarm
The "Anna B" was boarded by a robber on Jan 21, 2018, at 2 a.m., while the vessel was alongside the Lima Base jetty at Douala, Cameroon, in position lat 004 00 00N, long 009 24 00E. The officer of the wtch spotted the robber on the upper deck at starboard side. Alarm was raised and the embarked Cameroon Naval personnel fired a warning shot over the robber. As a result, he jumped over board and fled the area in a small boat, with his accomplice.

 Diana  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von Timsen

Disabled cargo ship anchored off Haifa
Coming from Dunkirk, the "Diana" was disabled and drifting in Haifa Bay in stormy weather in the morning of Jan 21, 2018. There were seven crew members on board. The Israeli authorities deployed rescue vessels to take the "Diana" in tow into Haifa for repairs, but the continuing inclement weather conditions were hampering the operation. Around noon the ship was at anchor 5,17 nautical miles NNE of Haifa, in position 32 53 4.2N, 35 04 24E.

 Navis Hunter  (Schlepper)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

Beached
Beached at Alang 10.01.18

 M.v.gold Star  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

Beached
Beached at Alang 03.01.18

 Sedco Energy  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
sold to Aliaga breakers

 Scarabeo 6  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

Beached
Beached at Aliaga 02.01.18

 M. Gas  (Tanker)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

Beached
Beached at Alang 22.01.18

 Dorida  (Frachtschiff)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

arrived Alang anchorage
arrived Alang anchorage 22.01.18

 Skiron  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 17 Std von BerndU

sold to Breakers
Sold to Aliaga Breakers

 Superfast I  (Passagierschiff)
vor 22 Std von Timsen

Ferry returned to port following mechanical damage
The "Superfast 1" safely returned to the port of Patras with 76 passengers on board in the night of Jan 21, 2018, after having suffered mechanical damage off Lefkada three nautical miles southeast of the Cape Dukato. The ship had sailed from the port of Patras earlier on its scheduled service to the ports of Igoumenitsa and Bari. Besides the 76 passengers, 58 trucks and eight vehicles were on board too. After the return to the port of Patras on Jan 22 at 1 a.m., the Central Port Authority banned the ship from leaving until the damage had been rectified and the class certificate and certificate of seaworthiness were presented by the classification society. Passengers were to be taken to their destination by other ships of the Superfast Ferries.

 Mary Ellen  (Fischfangboot)
vor 22 Std von Timsen

Trawler broke down off Fanad Lighthouse
On Jan 18, 2018, at 1.06 a.m. the Lough Swilly ALB launched to the "Mary Ellen - B 245" which had broken downeast of Fanad lighthouse. The disabled fishing vessel was taken on tow and brought to Rathmullan pier. Video: https://rnli.org/news-and-media/2018/january/22/lough-swilly-rnli-assist-a-broken-down-fishing-vessel

 Sanchi  (Tanker)
vor 22 Std von Timsen

Oil slick trebled in size
The spill from the "Sanchi" has more than trebled in size, just over a week after the ship sank. Authorities spotted three oil slicks with a total surface area of 332 square kilometers, compared to 101 square kilometers reported on Jan 16. Three Coastguuard vessels were on the scene in the night of Jan 21, assessing the spill. The condensate oil carried by the Sanchi does not form a traditional surface slick when spilled, but is nonetheless highly toxic to marine life and much harder to separate from water.

 Baltic Betina  (Frachtschiff)
vor 22 Std von Timsen

Supply ship started to list
On Jan 21, 2018, the "Baltic Betina", which serves the Galapagos islands, started to heel to port in the afternoon in the vicinity of San Cristobal Island in the bay of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. The authorities declared an emergency, and hours later regained the stability of the ship. Already in November 2017 the ship had already suffered damage to its crane, which prevented it from sailing from Guayaquil to Galapagos with merchandise goods. French report with photo: https://www.eluniverso.co...

 Mestre Simao  (Passagierschiff)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Mayer of Pico urges for wreck removal
After the shipwreck of the "Mestre Simão", José António Soares, the mayor of Madalena, on the island of Pico, stressed it was important even for psychological reasons to have the wreck removed as soon as possible, two weeks after the grounding. The mayor feared, however, the prolongation of the disturbance between Pico and also the island of Faial by the absence of maritime transport means which may carry cars. Car transport was one of the great innovations introduced by Atlânticoline in early 2014, when two ferries, both 40 meters long, began to operate in the Azores, offering not only private individuals but also companies, greater mobility between islands. The market has been growing year by year and in 2017 alone, according to Atlânticoline statistics, almost 20.000 vehicles were transported between the islands throughout the year. year. After the grounding of the "Mestre Simão", also the "Gilberto Mariano" was stopped, andd the company was obliged to use the older "Cruzeiro do Canal" and the "Cruzeiro das Ilhas", both built in the 1980s and of smaller size and of smaller capacity of passengers, which do not allow the transport of vehicles. An investigation was currently under way to determine the causes of the accident at Madalena do Pico. The master who operated the vessel that day was already heard by the authorities. The ship still had about 30 tons of fuel on board and remained to be drained, though part of the fuel in the tanks of the ship has spilled into the port of Madalena do Pico.




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